Our bodies are so intelligent that they always tell us timely if something is wrong with them. Nowadays, heart disease is the main killer in the world and the reasons are quite a few: genetic predispositions, poor diet, no exercise, stress, polluted environment and negligence. Therefore, we strongly advise you to take care of your health, and once you notice some of the following symptoms, to consult your doctor and go for a medical check-up so that you avoid getting a serious cardiovascular disease.
If you experience stomach pain, bloating, indigestion, vomiting or feeling sick, it means that you have some heart problems which should be checked.
Feeling pressure in the chest or even in the upper back area may be a symptom which should be taken care of, especially if it lasts for a long time or becomes unbearable. People experience chest pain because of many different reasons, which doesn’t have to be connected with a heart disease.
She says, if you have a heart disease, you will feel pain under your breast bone, inclined to the left part of your chest.
Any feeling of unexplained anxiety, accompanied by a feeling of light-heartedness or dizziness, might be a signal that you have a heart problem. In practice, it seems that in most cases, people who have suffered from a heart disease haven’t experienced chest pain or discomfort. There will certainly be a change in your complexion, which will be a sign that you are ill and suffering from a heart disease.
If you are not able to keep up with your daily activities and you feel tired and weak all the time, it means that your body is fighting an illness and therefore has no energy for anything else. We started off with 100’s of them that have been on our Facebook page on a daily basis and we have now got rid of the duplicates and chosen our top 100.
If you would like to save the quotes for later, then you can get them all on the infographic below. So, a BIG thanks to Dom for leading me to this cookbook after many years, via his cooking challenge, and a huge thanks to good old Weight Watchers for coming up with such an interesting recipe for those on a diet. My oven-baking turned out a dream and we were rewarded with creamy rice and lots of wine-infused flavours, it was LUSH!
A delicious oven baked risotto with only 380 calories per serving, meaning you can have your bacon and wine, as well as risotto and eat it, whilst on a low-calorie or healthy diet! Note A delicious oven baked risotto with only 380 calories per serving, meaning you can have your bacon and wine, as well as risotto and eat it, whilst on a low-calorie or healthy diet! Drain the porcini (ceps) mushrooms, reserving the soaking liquor, and then chop them up finely and add them to the fried fresh mushrooms. Heat the frying pan again and spray with some low-fat spray and add the chopped mushrooms; fry them for about 5 minutes until softened and then add the rice, wine, porcini soaking liquor and stir vigorously.
Stir in the cooked bacon and mushrooms, and then add all of the vegetable stock and transfer all of the risotto to an oven-proof baking dish or casserole dish with a lid.
Thanks Kathryn – me too, I thought that a good risotto with wine would be a hefty calorie count, but was pleased to discover this recipe, which proved me wrong!
I love these easy recipes that you can pop in the oven and walk away – no constant stirring.
As this green bowl of loveliness contains cheese, I can also offer it up to the One Ingredient Challenge, which is a lovely seasonal event that is hosted by my close friends Laura (How to Cook Good Food) and Nazima (Franglais Kitchen) the theme being CHEESE this month, with Nazima who is presiding over the cheese board! I am also entering this salad into my other lovely friend, Jac’s (Tinned Tomatoes) No Croutons Required Challenge, as the theme is Indian Spices, and the roasted vegetables have cumin and coriander in them, as well as fennel seeds, and I think that is Indian enough to qualify, plus, my salad is vegetarian which will please Jac no end!
Arrange the rocket leaves in a salad bowl and then spoon over the warm Moroccan roasted vegetables.
Note An all purpose low-calorie roasted vegetable recipe with exciting Moroccan flavours. Place all of the prepared vegetables, fennel seeds, ras-el-hanout, ground cumin and coriander into a large plastic bag, (or freezer bag) and add the olive oil.

Tip the seasoned vegetables into a large oven or roasting tray, and cook in pre-heated oven for between 30 and 45 minutes, or until vegetables are just tender, with a little bite and are slightly charred.
Serve as a hot salad, as an accompaniment, or as part of a recipe such as tagine, curry, bakes, pasta, soups and stews etc.
I am going to look in the french supermarkets this summer for some pretty salad bowls too. Put all of the prepared vegetables into a large stock pot or sauce pan and add 1 litre of boiling water, into which the stock cube has been dissolved and the mixed dried herbs have been added. Bring to the boil and then reduce the heat and add the red lentils and pearl barley and simmer with a lid on for about 45 minutes to 1 hour, or until the vegetables are soft and the lentils and pearl barley are cooked. Makes 6 generous servings at only 146 calories per bowl, not including bread, crackers or croutons etc.
What a yummy sounding vegetable soup, and I plan to make it when it starts cooling off a bit here in Central Texas.
Where in the world do you find the time and energy to come up with so many delicious and well-thought out recipes? Thanks Kellie, I DO love cooking, genuinely, and I really do post what I make on a daily basis! Ive been following 5:2 for a while and your recipes are always so tasty and this one looks really good…just wondered if it freezes well? Hello from Kenya, I Love your website and I am going to try your 5:2 soups they look really delicious. Whether it is a disease that is slowly and silently settling in our body or something that might give us a heart attack or stroke tomorrow, our body has its way to show us the symptoms.
However, a more precise description of the kind of pain you will feel if it is something that has to do with a cardiovascular disease, is elaborated by Jean C. If your blood pressure is low and your face is pale or grey, you probably need to see your doctor. We wanted to share with you all our favourite quotes to help you find inspiration as you lose weight. Pin them to your Pinterest account, save them to your desktop or just print them out and motivate yourself each morning! This recipe comes from an old Weight Watchers cookbook of mine, Pure Points, as I am a life-long member of Weight Watchers, (I reached my goal weight following the diet 25 years ago) I have a few old cookbooks from that period.
I also used dried ceps mushrooms instead of porcini and they add a fabulous almost smoky taste to the risotto. My amended recipe is below, so do give this recipe a whirl if you fancy a low-calorie risotto treat one day. Suitable for all those following the 5:2 diet for fast days, as well as anyone following Weight Watchers.
I KNEW you would love this recipe and I was so pleased with the way it turned out after oven-baking. This spring green salad is only 200 calories per serving, so not only is it full of Eastern promise, but it fits into the salad bowl and can do its zip up, without lying on the bed! I hope that you have been inspired to give this salad a go, whether you are on the 5:2 diet or any other diet, or NO diet, and do let me know if you make it.
The roasted Moroccan vegetables can be made ahead of time, and then the salad takes minutes to prepare. The roasted Moroccan vegetables can  be made ahead of time, and then the salad takes minutes to prepare.

This batch makes enough for 6 servings, and each serving is only 122 calories, so it is perfect for those on a diet, such as the 5:2 diet for a fast day or weight watchers.
Mix the vegetables by squeezing and shaking the bag, so each piece is covered in a little oil.
One bowl of this soup is only 146 calories and that leaves lots of room to add croutons, bread or even low-fat dumplings to the soup for a really satisfying meal whilst on a diet such as the 5:2 Fast and Feast Diet or Weight Watchers. Season to taste with salt and pepper and serve immediately with crackers, croutons or bread. This soup is SO hearty and filling, it is a surprise to me when I worked out the calories, that it is so low! I am being sensible with with my 5:2 and may change to one day a week, as I am so physically busy right now! I made such a huge quantity, two days after I added smoked haddock and a tin of butter beans to vary the flavour – absolutely yummylicious! According to Amy Thompson, a senior cardiac nurse at the British Heart Foundation, most of the pain connected with heart attacks will start in the chest area.
Also if you are a weight loss blog owner they are perfect for sharing with your Facebook followers. My random page number was page 75, which had TWO recipes on the page, Paella and Bacon and Mushroom Risotto; the choice was easy in the end as I had all of the ingredients for the risotto and not the paella. I agree, the classics are often the best and this is on the menu again soon as we both loved the recipe! The recipe (assembly job!) for the salad AND the roasted veggies are shared below, and I see that there may be warmer spring weather ahead, thank goodness! You can eat this warm or cold, but I like the combination of warm vegetables with cold salad leaves and feta cheese. This recipe can be served as an accompaniment, or can be used in other recipes such as salads, soups, tagines, pasta, curries and gratin dishes. The only thing is I would have to eat the lovely chunk of bread beside it so I may have to skip the 5;2 and go 5;5! The vegetables can be adjusted to suit your own preferences and availability, but do check the calorie count on the vegetables you use if you change the recipe! However, it will reach its peak somewhere else in the body, for example in the neck or jaw. The portion size was large and it made a very satisfying and healthy main meal, with bags of flavour too. I am a freelance writer and recipe developer with a passion for art, travel, books, photography, seasonal food and especially cheese! You will see BREAD in the photo,  not mine I hasten to add, but a few slices that I cut for Malcolm, who needs bread with every meal! Please do get in contact with me if you have any questions about my work or commissioning me.

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